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By: John Maico M. Hernandez, DOST-PSTC Batangas 

Food Products’ Labelling Requirements was the focus of the Provincial Science and Technology Center (PSTC) Batangas’ TechSilog Online Seminar Series Season 4 Episode 5 conducted via Zoom platform and Facebook Live, June 04.

By: Jherome L. Lusterio, DOST-PSTC Laguna

Last May 18-20, in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology - Industrial Technology and Development Institute (DOST-ITDI) and the Provincial Science and Technology Center (PSTC) Laguna, 14 local government units from Laguna were able to attend a two-day webinar on the conduct of Water Analysis and Characterization Study (WACS). Through the expertise of DOST-ITDI, the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Officers (MENROs) from Siniloan, Paete, Magdalena, Luisiana, Pakil, Majayjay, Kalayaan, Mabitac, Calauan, Los Baños, San Pablo, Sta Cruz, Rizal and San Pedro were equipped with skills on how to conduct their WACS plans.

By: John Maico M. Hernandez, DOST-PSTC Batangas

TechSilog Online Seminar Series of the Provincial Science and Technology Center (PSTC) Batangas showcased the Food Packaging Technology Essentials in its fourth episode for Season 4 which gathered 154 participants via Zoom platform and Facebook Live, May 28.

Participants came from different sectors composed majority of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) engaged in food manufacturing. The discussion was led by Ms. Ma. Lorelie P. Dorado, member of DOST CALABARZON Food Safety Team, a ServSafe-certified Food Protection Manager, and a registered Chemical Technician.

Tayong mga babae ay hindi babae lang; tayo’y mga babae,” said by Jomalig Municipal Science and Technology Officer (MSTO) Elizabeth A. Eyatid during the inauguration of the Jomalig Food Processors Association (JFPA) facility on May 19, 2021. The JFPA is a people’s organization of mostly mothers making and selling kakanin (rice cakes) in the island municipality of Jomalig, Quezon.